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. this is a plan for a second rst term. i can see no money back, none of your money back guarantees for gm on the back it is a warmed over kelly blue book of used car ideas that the president has tried. we have seen these pamphlets twice fore. >> this is filled with a lot of stuff that hasn't worked before. >> we are in need of infrastructure and utilitiys and so forth. the answer is to get the government off ofhe back of these industries. and to reduce the regulation. we need more entrepreneural activity in telecommunication. america isalling in our band width per capita. why is that happening? because private capitol doesn't want to go in a rig would system that favors the incumbents. same thing with utilitis and get the epa and mlrp off the backs of the private. >> it is not true. we unburden wall street and look what they brought us, one of the worst economic. >> how did we unburden. >> we are talking about manufacturing. >> wait, wait, wait a minute. there is not a hit and run here. how did we unburden wall street, mark? >> we allowed repeal. >> we, wasn't thatone under presidt clinto
what was happening. all of us in the auto industry were looking at gm and chrysler. we sought to companies on the verge offailure that were going to take down the entire supplier industry. we also saw an industry that had to be restructured. bill ford is my hero. he fired in self. they put forward in a good place, so they did not have to be rescued. they laid out a map for what had to be done, and everybody had to sacrifice. neil: and the end justifies it because things are back. and is starting with president bush. i'm not criticizing, but it did not lead to a slippery slope. >> once again, the difference between this was, this was not a bailout. a bailout is when you give money to the existing guys. restructuring. the key thing that obama did -- neil: the, the bankruptcy and restructuring. >> but the restructuring was driven by the president's team. a bankruptcy court would never have done that by itself, and it is the reason i don't like the mitt romney passive approach, just turn over to the courts. it would not have moved fast enough. it would not have taken the action t
gm. >> but if they didn't there be $25 billion in the whole. john: they're not paid back. >> again they took that money from taxpayers said the economy is worse. of industry may be ohio or detroit to save jobs but what about tennessee, indiana where other car manufacturers are worse off? john: honda or toyota in america? it is not like the auto industry was. >> not at all. >> it is not clear gm or chrysler would not be saved. airlines go through bankruptcy as a fly there is a high probability they would still exist to be scaled down. >> we lose manufacturing jobs. >> politicians love that like a fetish making phoenix to drop by your foot to is more a valuable than services. the mayor can economy is service based. they are devoted to make things you cannot necessarily say. john: that is not real. but a dollar earned and services is not less by a bold and manufacturing. it is not true. manufacturing is doing well. it has increased but the politicians don't get it. >> they don't say it. it is big in the swing states. politically. how bad economics the government got you to replace my
the bloom to consumers to seven government had to save gm. >> but if they didn't there be $25 billion in the whole. john: they're not paid back. >> again they took that money from taxpayers said the economy is worse. of industry may be ohio or detroit to save jobs but what about tennessee, indiana where other car manufacturers are worse off? john: honda or toyota in america? it is not like the auto industry was. >> not at all. >> it is not clear gm or chrysler would not be saved. airlines go through bankruptcy as a fly there is a high probability they would still exist to be scaled down. >> we lose manufacturing jobs. >> politicians love that like a fetish making phoenix to drop by your foot to is more a valuable than services. the mayor can economy is service based. they are devoted to make things you cannot necessarily say. john: that is not real. but a dollar earned and services is not less by a bold and manufacturing. it is not true. manufacturing is doing well. it has increased but the politicians don't get it. >> they don't say it. it is big in the swing states. states. politic
expected a 10% gain for gm because of the resolution of the $29 billion in pension costs they have. >> right, we're talking about gm and ford, both clear winners, obviously, and ford now, up 8.3%. both beat the streak. tomorrow, auto sales. liz: i know i mentioned netflix, but we have to show the move because this stock, during the year, was $133, and plummeted to an annual low of 52. look now, $79 all because the name carl icon attached to it. gl that's right. you know, liz, he's a game changer for the companies, getting a full stake in there and makes a lot of changes. a lot of clapping, the employees who helped to keep this place alive are ringing the closing bell.
.com. >> the dow is up 140 and gm i think is just moving down. what's going on with gm, please nicole? >> we continue to get the numbers on auto sales and general motors coming out with auto sales for the u.s., rose 4.7% and they also raised their year end inventory. target, reducing stocks to the down side, and gm reported a 13% drop in the third quarter profit and they've seen losses in europe and that obviously has been a continued theme. stuart: all right, nicole, thank you. >> thanks. stuart: oh, i was waiting for some animation to appear, it didn't appear so i'll launch right into my take, here we go. look, when the storm hit, i was in mississippi. the state has a terrific economic education program and i was fully engaged with some of the teachers and students so i watched sandy from a distance. i came home to new jersey yesterday, here is my take on that. i flew from jackson, mississippi to atlanta georgia, and from there to washington d.c. and that's as far as i could get my plane or train. to get to the new york area, i had to drive, and that tells you something. three days after t
're small elements. they're not moving big. the market is not getting hurt equitiwise. gm and ford coming out with great stuff. >> what does that tell you that the equity markets are kind of hanging in there? >> i think it probably argues it is not as difficult a negative as many feared. it probably suggests the economy is doing better than we might understand. >> what is the trade then today as everybody returns and things look pretty good. commodities are showing up across the board. oil getting a boost. gold getting a boost. everything is up? >> we hoped for a few hundred points down on the open to take ad advantage of it. we like to buy things cheaper. a lot of people are disappointed which can't get good deals. you have to use red ink as beneficiary. >> we love color from the traders on the floor. we see action return to the floor of the cme group in chicago today. the big news will be jobs report. adp on thursday but jobs report on friday. what would you say folks are expected or anticipating? >> i think views are pretty negative. surprise upside we could be a little more positive t
about that and gm today. nicole: the play-by-play, the best decision of all for everybody but we are talking about ford and gm, up arrows today and 6.5%, general motors trading upwards of 7% and both of these coming out. board yesterday and today general motors beat the street. they could see weakness in europe but this does not come as a surprise. the u.s. automakers are having a nice showing on this first day of trading. certainly a monumental opening after being closed for two days and many of these have no self service or internet service but nyse systems able to trade electronically and full force smooth opening for the new york stock exchange. when i talked with duncan neiderauer and he talked about electronic opening the truth is these big companies, goldman sachs and j. p. morgan would have to bring in someone somewhere even if we were trading electronically and just for keeping people lot of harm's way is what he meant when he talked about it being irresponsible to open any earlier than today. the pricing and trading done well but you need some human electronic trading w
voters there. >> obama took gm and chrysler into bankruptcy, and sold chrysler to italians who are going to build jeeps in china. mitt romney will fight for every american job. charles: all right guys, ford didn't take a bailout and amazing numbers, general motors in the meantime, losing market share, bogged down by the volt, bogged down by a pension, bogged down by government interference, i don't know. >> all of solvable exception the pension problem. they didn't go through a regular structured bankruptcy which is what romney said they could do. yeah, but governor romney there was no private finance, remember the financial markets were collapsing and yet if you read his op-ed and i did the other way, 2008 op-ed put it in restructured bankruptcy and then have government-- >> as a back stop. >> a lot of conservatives don't like that, but you can see what he was talking about. charles: it would have worked, i agree. >> and what's key tt bankruptcy, it would have lowered their labor costs and would have been a requirement in the bankruptcy they're at $80 an hour and now at 60 when the comp
didn't governor romney talk about benghazi? liz: a toyota or a nissan could have taken over gm and still preserved those jobs in this country instead of the government stepping in, same story with the battery maker, no. charles: let's kind of stick to this whole thing. if the president wins, he has talked about doubling down. initially doug and judge they talked about this as spending and then changed it to investing, understanding what you and i are talking about. >> the government actually claims it has an investment if this company? charles: the president says we're investing this our energy future. that's the line. we have all heard it so much that we can all kind of regurgitate it. >> that should drive your colleagues downtown crazy, why government gives away taxpayer cash or money it's borrowed from china and gives that way. charles: it should drive all americans crazy. but here's the thing, though. they continue to do it. they continue to say we're going to do this. it was an investment just like the internet was an investment just like the space program was an investmen
at this romney campaign ad slamming president obama. >> obama took a gm and chrysler into bankruptcy and sold chrysler to italians who were going to build jeeps and china. mitt romney will fight for every american job. gerri: and the left out swinging today claiming the ad is inaccurate, including joe biden who called it flagrantly dishonest. my next guest says romney has it right. here to explain, associate fellow for the national legal and policy center. great to have you back. always a pleasure to have you on the show. this all came out of a report in bloomberg. let me read you what the road and read your response. european sales, the ceos, sergio marchini, considering building chrysler models in italy, including jeeps, for export to north america. now, is that true or is that false? >> that is absolutely true, and prior to that there was a bloomberg report that did say that the yacht was going to be building jeeps in china, possibly old jeeps, so that is where the governor romney got that information. now, there was one slight inaccuracies under the romney and where he said the obama admi
credit for the survival of gm and chrysler. >> i understand governor romney has time in ohio because he was against it in the auto industry and hard to run away from that position when you're on videotape saying the words let detroit go bankrupt. dennis: geometrics or went bankrupt a merge with help in federal financing. governor romney's plan would government providing guarantees for post-bank of the financing. meanwhile in wisconsin governor romney hit his campaign closing argument. >> he is so sure of that he has one big plan for the next four years. he wants to take all the ideas from the first term, the stimulus, the borrowing, obamacare, all the rest and do it all over again. that idea can be boiled down to four words, more of the same. dennis: president obama spends all day in the buckeye state. back to you. cheryl: more breaking news continuing into fox business. fema now arriving in staten island. let's go back to the latest there. cheryl: this is national guard distributing supplies to people who need party, and they set this up about 10 minutes ago. the bunch of people taking
highlights that you would pick out the gm in this last month? >> we're pretty positive this month. ashley: the sales are up .4%. the estimate was up 3.5%. they have the ford fusion coming out, the chevy still coming out. it could be a point in which not all the vehicles are out yet, but along those lines, things will be better and we know down the road whether there really is a problem or not. ashley: speaking with forbes management team. the ceo at lease through 2014, but it appears that the head of ford america says things are looking good three a lot of people are saying the same. certainly over the past few two years, it has put a big wall in the turnaround because there are much different companies than there were just a few years ago. if things go well, it could be anybody. i think obviously, it is a big choice of this moment in time. ashley: i wanted to talk more about hurricane sandy. on the flipside of this, yes, it hurt sales for the last three days of this month. but one insurance claim paid up those flooded vehicles, and they could see a boost in parcells as a result. >> certa
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